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Message 55344 - Posted: 17 Dec 2015, 21:48:35 UTC

Good afternoon I was just wondering if Seti@home v8 is going to replace astropulse on the beta site and if so will it work on android platforms I have been running beta on my phone but have not gotten any new work for several days now and was wondering what is going on.Thanks.
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Message 55351 - Posted: 18 Dec 2015, 9:30:38 UTC - in response to Message 55344.  

Good afternoon I was just wondering if Seti@home v8 is going to replace astropulse on the beta site and if so will it work on android platforms I have been running beta on my phone but have not gotten any new work for several days now and was wondering what is going on.Thanks.


what do you mean by replace?
We updated astropulse last year, so no beta testing is necessary on that.
We are currently testing multibeam (MB) v8 called simple seti@home on the web page. I suppose in time the android app will also be updated to v8 and need testing then.
You could ask Eric on the v8 news thread about his plans for android.

If you are looking for work for your phone, the main seti@home site should have some. If you want to contribute to testing simply set a share for the beta project and you will get work whenever it is available.

As far as I can see (the beta status page is notoriously unreliable) the ap splitters are off, so no new work is being generated for Ap.
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